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Unions refuse to hold flag at Cleveland Browns opener

CLEVELAND — Members of unions representing Cleveland police officers and paramedics have said they won’t hold a large U.S. flag during pregame ceremonies before next Sunday’s Browns season opener after a group of the team’s players knelt during the national anthem before a preseason game

Charlie Stillitano: The US football ‘player’ you’ve never heard of

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Barcelona were crowned International Champions Cup winners after defeating Real Madrid US soccer promoter Charlie Stillitano has been called many things in the past 18 months or so – with “power broker” and “mogul” among the more flattering descriptions

Galway bench was winning of the final

Galway claimed their first All-Ireland in 29 years by a margin of three points – substitutes Niall Burke and Jason Flynn contributed four points. Throw in Burke’s inspirational catch, plus Darragh Fives’ foul on Burke, which both led to easy Joe Canning frees, and that

Scottish Women’s Premier League: Glasgow City win to move top

Captain Leanne Ross scored Glasgow City’s third in a comfortable win over Hamilton Academical Glasgow City moved top of the Scottish Women’s Premier League by two points, after Sunday’s 3-0 win over Hamilton Academical. They overtake Hibernian Ladies, who have played a game fewer. Hibs

Galway dominate The Sunday Game hurling team of 2017

The Sunday Game panelists have awarded Galway eight spots in their hurling team of the year, with four players from the All-Ireland finalists Waterford making the final cut. Elsewhere, Cork have two representatives in the team, while Tipperary complete the hand-picked XV with one player. Some